Contract Type: Full Time
Phase Leader
Salary: MPS/UPS Full time TLR 2b (£4780)
School Type:
Academy Secondary Aged
School Size: 1001-2000
School Age Range: 11-18
Pupil Gender: Mixed
Address: Sutton Avenue Swain House Bradford West Yorkshire BD2 1JP
Ofsted Ranking: Inadequate 4


Curriculum Lead Geography

We are looking to appoint an experienced, committed and ambitious Curriculum Lead Geography, who will, as part of the Humanities leadership team, play a key role in the School’s journey towards excellence to start in January 2022 or as soon as possible.

The successful candidate will be an inspirational and outstanding practitioner with excellent curriculum knowledge who has a desire to ensure the best life chances for all students. We are looking for an individual who has a proven record for delivering effective strategies to improve standards of teaching and learning, in order to create an ambitious, innovative and collegiate department.

As a valued member of the team you will:
• Lead in managing all aspects of the teaching and learning in Geography
• Lead in raising standards of students attainment and achievement within Geography
• Monitor and support student progress.
• Lead, manage and develop Geography.

You will be joining an ambitious and innovative organisation which is looking for imaginative practitioners to secure positive outcomes for our young people. We offer bespoke leadership and professional development opportunities and we look forward to you joining our dedicated and supportive team.

We are committed to safeguarding the welfare of students and the successful applicant will be subject to full employment checks including an enhanced DBS Disclosure. We promote diversity and aim to establish a workforce that reflects the population of Bradford.

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About Hanson Academy

We explicitly celebrate diversity, whilst also understanding the central importance of a common identity and a sense of belonging for all our students. This is why we are working hard to ensure that inclusion and community are at the heart of all that we do at Hanson Academy.

This is not a trade off for high expectations and aspirations however. We have a larger than average student population who attend a building designed with the future in mind. It is our aim to match the performance of both our students and staff with our ‘state of the art’ environment.

Our core purpose is clear; to inspire every student in his or her learning so they can go confidently into our rapidly changing world. Students and staff will develop learning programmes that mean that every student is supported yet stretched, challenged and inspired; passion for learning has to be at the centre.

Hanson Academy’s success will be measured by results that go way beyond national expectations. This will be achieved through our range and depth of learning programmes provided both in and out of lessons, for it is only by treating students’ whole experience of school that we can truly provide an inspiring and truly holistic education.